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T H Mo Dei HtH SALK— Forty very choice reglarerad Bhrop ablre Fee* and 40 K#gl*tered llamp ablra Ewe*: alao 20 Hampshire* not recorded, in lota to *uU pureheaer All bred for" February lamb* L H DUNHAM, Phone 124, Meridian «ET Y OCR LAUNDRY READY. The Troy Laundry, of Nampa, will *all nach Monday morning for yont laundry, and return 11 Friday Hough pound. «»d foatber lick .»tad Feather pillow» dry, *r thoroughly reno L. L GRAY, Proprietor. the VOTH I OF SHERIFF'S SALE Puder »nd by virtue of an order of lUt.of and under the seal he Third ale iMued District Court of Judicial Dütftat «f the State of Id >t th Mrs. In and for the County of Ada, if fore en! and deer«** ■Insure and »ale on a Judgment ren dered and entered lu »aid court In an I «-tiding In »aid court on the an tou 7th day of October, till, In favor of C; W Joslyn. Trustee, as plaint iff, against F. L. Cavla, Emma Tur F f Whit*. II Hockb#fg#r, C. W Joslyn and J. B.(Hocking as Trus tee# of the Five Mil* Orchard Com pany. l imited, amounting to Hi* »um $2148.03 with Interest thereon and isoatde« »herlffa fees, expenses aud commission of sal* a» act out In »aid writ, aatd writ reciting the mal ertal parts of aatd Judgment duly at tested on the 18th day of October. 19tit. and to the sheriff of Ada County. Idaho, directed, and to me Euitnitl Pfost as such sheriff deliv ered on the l*th day of October, 1st*, tor execution, commanding and requiring «ne a» such sheriff to proceed to notice for sale and sell the land» and |feint»** and property mentioned In »otd decree and by said writ directed to be sold and to apply ■ be proceed» of such sale to Hie sat isfaction of said Judgment with in terest thereon together with my fees end oosta. The property thus directed to be «old ts described In seid decree ss fol io»#. to-»it situated lu th# County of Ada. State of Idaho, and particu larly deecritmd as follows, to-wtt: meiirtng »t thy Houtheast cor section 4. Township 3 North, I East 8 M and running west along the south line of ectlon a distance of seventy thence north a distance of rods, thence east seventy and thence south a distance of eighty rods to the place of beginning - nutsining thirty-five acres of land, more or less, together with that cer tain water right represented by cer tificate Number 378 for 35 shares of W. at ing net of Of a CtM «er of a »»id nidi eighty the casta! stock of the Settlers Can si Company, Limited.together with #11 ditches and ditch rights unto said iract <-*lungiiig Notice is hereby given that un the l*th -lay of November. 1*18. at the hohe of 3 o'clock in the afternoon of ffc*i tn front of the front door of the Ad* County Court House In Boise City. Ada county. Idaho, I will -ell at public auction all and sin gular the mortgaged premises and hefty tuent tuned sud described in 1 writ or so much thereof as may be suits tent to rat»« the amount due plaintiff fur principal. Interest, at tomey# fee# and costs of suit and »«t-i e.à «i M of »ale to the highest bid-1 j i First publication. October 25, 1918 ( Sheriff of Ada County. Idaho j 1 pi tab der Dated Urt th 1918. KM MITT PFOST, *CKM>I V\ TRWHFKH LINE im'y mcfarland AUTO TRUCK HER VI« K -ht moi Hoary Booling. Prompt Délit ory. Office Hum*: 9to. Proem j ! 1 Ml .(1)1 AY, IDAHO. MERIDIAN NEWS NOTES Dr ®nd Mr*. Reynolds war« down from Bot»* Thursday R I, fttuiB ha» gon* to th# mount »In* on a hunting trip Tho 10-year old daughter of Mr. and Mr* Harry Warrlclt fall front » waroK Monday and broke an arm Floyd Hututi left Hit» week (or Cant it Kearney, ''»lit Uary training to outer mil Horn, to Mr and Mr». Fred liar«*, & mile» went of Meridian, Hetobnr 24th. A »on j . Mr* T J Mrt'orkle la at Hi Luka'» Hot»**, after, an Deration Th«r*4ity uiornluii I Holley Howry ha» hl» eye on the coast, «nd plana to engage In con struction work for the government A * urd received .Monday by Mr». Hoi Nelson staled that her MB Mel vin, and alao Merle Thompson, bad landed »afely overaeaa. The Junior* of the Marlldatt high «ehoot entertained ola»» at the D, M Beery home Fri day evening, with a wetner roaal. the Kreahmen Etlna Rife of the Dt. Alphon Mim «na training «ohool, la »pending aev eral tlaya' vacation with her parent* Mr and Mr* Oil* Rife. rite» that his new address Is 354 Field Hospital. 314 Hunitary Train,American Forces, Hargeant Jgckson writes that all Is O. K. Orville Jackson O. K. in In Elmer Adam* has bought the W.W. Bbihy ranch and will take possession the Drat of the year, leave soon for Hacremeuto. where lie will make his permanent home Mr. Biaby will tn Calif., *o It Miss Lora V. Paine, candidate for county superintendent of schools, and Mrs. Ethel T, Clark, candidate for county treasurer, on the republican ticket, won* friendly visitors In Mer idian Tuesday of of of of Word ha* been received from llev, W. J Luacumbe of Ontario. Dreg., that his brother Percy had undergone two serious operations, at a hospital at Ontario, hut was rabidly Improv ing and would soon be utile to return home. Twelve blocks of new cement walk Meridian. have I wen completed in Of this conatruction, the be»t Im provement la that iHirtion on the east (»art of Pine street, where uu almost uitile place was converted Into a nice walk. » bridge covering the Irrigation dltrh. Imp Arthur Halrd. who I* employed as bookkeeper tn the First National Bank, of Meridian, has purchased of George Hwlnderman, the five acre Mtlburban tract. In the west side of towu. for $3500.Mr. Swtndermaii will move to Boise, where they will make their home for the winter at least. Thoma» Sherlock, of Boise, repub lican nominee for aheclff of Ada county, was a visitor In Meridian Wednesday. Jeese M Jackson, can didate for county commissioner, ac companied him They are making a thorough canvass of the county.They report chances for republican success as ludng very bright, and especially with the state ticket. W .E. Church Note» No the pastor ts not taking a vac ation during the quarantine finds something to do every day. He stands ready to auawer all calls where his services may be desired. Please do not forget home worship. Where the home altar has been al lowed to go down, or never existed, it would be a most opportune time to erect one. Every home should be s home of prayer But the the of of In will sin and lu th* I*robat* Court of Ada County, State of Idaho.. In th* Matter of th* Estate of Oeojr Kn>n mu 8. Cahoon, deceased Notice for publication of time appointed for proving «till, etc. in Pursuant to au order of said Court, made on the 22d day of October.1918, due notice la hereby given that Monday, at- the tlth day of November. 1918. at and id o'clock a. m. of said day. at the bid-1 Court Room qf said Court, at the ourt House lu Boise, County of Ada j has been appointed as the time and j i tdace tor proving the Will or said ( Georgian ns 8.. Cabuon. deceased.and j for (tearing the application of D. May j 1 Hlddleaon for the iasuance to her of letters testamentary when and where j any person Interested may appear ! and contest the same 1 Dated October i 1818. it H. DUNLAP. Clerk. First publication, October 25, 1918, J. D. ROBERTSON MERIDIAN, IDAHO. -O (MNIIID.ITK FOR REPItEHE.N'TATlVE IN THE IDAHO LEGISLATURE PROM ADA COUNTY. I WILL APPRECIATE THE VOTE OF THE PEOPLE OF MERIDIAN AND VICINITY AND IF ELECTED TO THE LEGISLATURE WILL BE FAITHFUL TO THEIR INTERESTS. RESIDENCE! MERIDIAN, IDAHO. CHARLEH F. HKDDOCH, Candidate for District Judge. Ada, Boise, Owyhee, and Valley Counties. There has been more progress tn alt sciences than In that of the law. there is any science in the J|»w, It is in drawing the pleadings properly In the first instance, marshaling the to the l! facts and presenting them The expense, delay and tech court. nlcallttes of our system, are found tn the organization and procedure of our courts, coming down for hund lmprovenmnts can be red« of years, made, and Idaho should start now. If elected District Judge. I pledge energies to remedy conditions, In *o far a» I may, and to the end that It will be Impossible for a case to be disposed of on a mere technicality, which Is now hut too often the case. Every citizen Is entitled to have his case tried exuedittously, but on its my mérita. (SOMEONE HAH TAKEN FLOW ERS FROM SCHOOL GROUNDS Members of the rural high school board state that during the present week some tresspasser has been on the Meridian high school grounds and has taken up a large quantity of the dalla roots, geraniums and vorbtnuH. These flowers were set out to beautify the lawn and it Is re quested that parties do not again help themselve.. NOTICE TO HTOCK MEN. All persons having claims for migra tive stock retîntes, for usscss tory inetiis In Ada County, must file a duly verified claim ror such rebate with Hie Clerk or the Board of County Commissioners on or before the fourth Monday of October, 1918. STEPHEN UTTER. Clerk. In the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the State of Idaho. In and for the County of Ada. Addle K. C lax ton. plalutlff. vs Char les Claxton, defendant, alias summons for publication. The state of Idaho sends grettngs to Charles Claxton. the above named defendant. You are hereby uOtlfled that a complaint has been against you tn the district court of the Third Judicial District of the State of Idaho, tn and for the County of Ada. by the above named plalilt filed iff. This action is brought to secure a decree of divorce by the plaintiff Ad dle E. Clgxtou, against the defend ant, Charles Claxton, on the grounds of wilful desertion and wilful neg lect, all of which wlil more fully ap pear by the complaint uu file lu this action, reference to which Is hereby made. Aud you are hereby directed to ap pear and answer the said complaint within twenty days of the service of tills summons, if served within said Judicial District, and within forty days if served elsewhere, and you are further notified that unless you so appear and auswer said complaint j within the time herein specified, the plaintiff will take Judgment against you as itrayed In said complaint. j Witness my hand and the seal of said district court this 19th day of Oc loiter, 1918. i Meal 1 By Thus E. Powell, Deputy. WM. C. DUNBAR. Attorney for Plalutlff, Residence: Boise. Idaho First publication. October 25, 1918 Stephen Utter. Clerk. Not lee to Creditor«. Katate of Viola M. Wataon, deceased. Notice la hereby given by the un deralgned C. F. Wataon, executor of the estate of Viola M. Wataon, dec eaaed, fo the creditors of and all per aotiH having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within 4 months after the first publication of this no tice, to Hie suit! executor at the law office of tl. G. Adams, room No. 456 Yates Bldg., Boise, County of Ada, State of Idaho, this being the place fixed for the transaction of the busi ness of said estate. Dated Oct. 18, 1918. C. F. WATSON, Executor. 25-5t First publication, October 25, 1918. IN TI1E DISTRICT COURT of the Third Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County I Of Adu. Gada B. Delaunay, Plaintiff, vs A. R. Delaunay, defendant, alias summons for publication. The State of Idaho sends greetings to A. K. Delaunay, the above named defendant: You are hereby notified that a com plaint has been filed against you In the District Court of the Third Judi cial District of the State of Idaho, tn and for the County of Ada, by j the above named plaintiff. This action Is brought to dissolve the bonds of matrimony now exist ing between plaintiff and defendant on the grounds of wilful desertion and neglect for a period of more than four years last i«tst. And you are hereby directed to ap pear and'answer the said complaint within twenty days of the service of this summons, if served within said Judiclul District, and within forty days If served elsewhere: and you ure further notified that unless you so appear and answer said complaint within the time herein specified, the plaintiff will take Judgment against you as prayed In said complaint.. Witness my hand and the seal of said District Court, thla 22d day of October, 1918. ( Seal) Stephen Utter, Clerk, By Otto Peterson, Deputy. M. I. CHURCH. Attorney for Plaint iff, Hesldlng at Boise. Idaho. First publication, October 25, 1918 I NEW TIME CARD ON THE OREGON SHORT LINE. Th# new train schedule which be came effective on the Short Line June 2,1918, made several ohangea.as follows: Outbound— No. 170 passes Meridian at 1:26 a. m. to connect with Noe. 17. west bound, and 18, east bound,at Nampa. No. 176 passes Marldlau at 12:06 p. in. to counect with No. 4, east bound. No. 180 passes Meridian at io.59 a. tn. (no change.) ■j . Qg u. m. to connect with Nos. 5 and 19, west bound, and No. 6, east bound, No. 174 (pony) passes Meridian at 7:31 a. m for Huntington (noj change. ) Returning from Nampa— No. 171 passes Meridian at 4:32 a. m. after connecting with train 17,|vve west hound, and 18, east bound. No. 175 passes Meridian at 1:17 p. tu. after connecting with No. 4, east bound. No. 177 passes Meridian at 8:53 p. m. after connecting with No. 19., weet bound, aud No. 6. east bound | 1 No. 173 (ponyt passes Meridian at AUCTION SALE Of Pedigreed Shropshire SHEEP At EMMETT, IDAHO Saturday. Oct. 26th. AT ONE O'CLOCK mm >*■ m Sf: MAm •* 1 \tM >r î «!Ü »x PS 15 REGISTERED SHROPSHIRE EWES, FOUR YEARS OLD, (BRED) IS REGISTERED SHROPSHIRE EWES, ONE YEAR OLD, (BRED). 14 REGISTERED EWE LAMBS a5 HAMPSHIRE AND SHROPSHIRE CROSS EWES, 2 Yrs old. (BRED) 28 *4 HAMPSHIRE AND H SHROP EWE LAMPS. Terms: Six Months time on bankable note with 10 per cent. 5 per cent off for cosh. JAMES LITTLE OWNER COL, JAMES BARNARD, AUCTIONEER. V. T. CRAIG, CLERK. I j Most Valuable Aids In Preventing Spanish Influenza CHLORIDE OF LIME SYNOL SOAP CARBOLIC ACID FORMALDEHYDE FORMALDEHYDE CANDLES B-K DISINFECTANT LYSOL FOR SALE BY The Turner Pharmacy MERIDIAN, IDAHO. ■ »" Tj rü m WCAR^ This Button Buy a Bo/id Today Back Yeur Own With the Bond You Own. To Buy or Not to Buy I« Not the Question—Buy. Each bond a step toward victory. I THOSE WHO HOLD 814 AND FOURPER CENT LIBERTY" BONDS ARE NOTIFIED THAT. THE TIME FOH CON VERSION TO BONDS DRAW ING A HIGHER RATE WILL EX-PIRE NOVEMBER 9TH. The Bank will open each day at 9:00 a. m. and close at 4:00 p. m. MERIDIAN, IDAHO. First National Bank oi Meridian "The Rank of Service.' LAMP»© Eujoy your evenings at home. To do this you I must have light. Elec trie lamps have now al nost reached the height of iferfectlon. They are easy on the eyes, the cost of operating low. 17,|vve are still selling Lux I,amps at old prices. 4, . 27c . 35c . 65c 10, 15, 25 and 40 watt .... 80 watt . 100 watt —. Lamps like everything else must 19., | soon be advanced. 1 1 > buy them uow 1 means a worth while saving. Racket Store The Opp. Post office Bll N. Nth SI.